8 Replies Latest reply on Apr 29, 2015 5:39 PM by Peter Spier

    What is the smallest stroke border that can go on an image in Indesign?

    Karl Photographer Level 1

      I have saved two different versions of my photobook, and the images are all very high key with some of the edges being lost. So I wanted to put the very bare minimum of a border on my images so it doesn't look like a clunky black box around the very delicate imagery. In the first version I selected a black border with .01pt stroke border, and for the second version I selected .001pt stroke border. However on screen they look identical, and when I printed some proofs they looked identical.

       

      Is there a limit to how thin the stroke can be around images, and are both versions the same like they seem to be? Because going from .01pt to .001pt should be a noticeable difference, but it's not.